WASHINGTON — Under normal circumstances, there would be enormous pressure for Bernie Sanders to suspend his presidential campaign and unite — now that he trails Joe Biden by 315 pledged delegates, and that he continues to underperform from his 2016 campaign.But these aren’t normal circumstances.With more than 5,700 confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States, with at least 100 deaths, and with states (including Ohio yesterday) postponing their primaries until May or June, the interest isn’t party unity.It’s the country’s health.Maybe there’s a middle ground for Sanders: Suspend the campaign until May and see if coronavirus is on the decline in the country — and if interest in the presidential contest is up.But he’s not winning right now. He’s doing worse than he did in 2016. And he can’t seem like he’s putting his personal political interests first.Sanders has a big decision to make in these extraordinary times.At publication time, Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir released this statement, per NBC’s Shaquille Brewster: “The next primary contest is at least three weeks away. Sen. Sanders is going to be having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign. In the immediate term, however, he is focused on the government response to the

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